How would you like to join an elite group of forward-thinking Startups that have the potential to be the change leaders of tomorrow?
Well, this is your chance, thanks to our pals over at Radix, who have come up with a unique way to provide support to high-potential startups. Startacus likes the sound of that!
The Startup League
The Startup League is an initiative created by Radix, a new TLD registry for domain extensions like .tech, .online, .space and .store and more. The team have created The Startup League to support startups using domains on their extensions, with the intention of providing essential marketing aid.
Every Startup that becomes a member of the league will have access to some really useful perks including things like;
It is really important that startups are able to find the right name for their business and this is often one of the first key steps towards effective brand marketing. However, this is becoming ever more difficult feat, with many startups forced to settle for a mediocre name on an irrelevant extension.
New domain extensions like the ones offered by Radix, give a brand the opportunity to choose and hold on to the product name that defines it. Memorable and relevant domain extensions resonate with customers and help startups to overcome the common problem of naming and positioning.
This is all part of a major shift which is happening in the online sphere. Increasingly people and businesses are moving away from ‘traditional’ and ‘old-school’ domain extensions, towards more relevant and distinctive ones. In recent times major brands such as Consumer Electronics Show and VIACOM have adopted the .TECH extension whilst well-known individuals have also opted for more appropriate extensions as well- Edward Snowden being a prime example with FREEDOM.PRESS. Infact, Radix is seeing 8 new domains registered every 30 seconds.
The Startup League Programme will help to ensure that high-potential, trailblazing startups on these domains will be given a significant support and marketing boost.
Any startup that has an active official website on one the following domain extensions is eligible to apply:
If you are a member of the Startacus community you can use the code STARTACUS to get standard domains on any of the above domain extensions at $1.99 here (or type domains.register.website/startupleague).
Some great startups are already in the league!
Some early adopters already benefiting from membership of The Startup League include Buzzer.tech - a feedback tool for restaurants and other service industry businesses (incidentally the team at buzzer.tech recently won the Startup Networking Plus Pass to Apps World we were giving away), eyeware.tech - a startup with a vision to give all computers, devices and robots the ability to understand people based on machine vision, horus.tech - a wearable device developed to assist blind and visually impaired people during the entire day and zero2infinity.space - a team on a mission to simplify access to the NearSpace and Orbit.
The Startup League is also sponsoring two startups - crowdbeam.tech and koder.tech at Disrupt SF. More on this soon!
Some of the other startups who have won places on the league include dronegohome.tech, devteam.space, bubbl.tech, horus.tech, kika.tech, sov.tech, betagig.tech, pillar.tech, humanunlimited.tech and, sourced.tech.
With sponsorship, branding support, PR support and lot more, we reckon that this could be a great opportunity for a whole range of startups!
*Highlighted offers available via The Startup League correct at time of publication (September 2016)
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